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  1. (shipping) simple past tense and past participle of clause


claused (comparative more claused, superlative most claused)

  1. Having clauses.
    • 1964, The Federal reporter. Second series, volume 333:
      If there is any one thing clear in this multi-claused contract, it is that under no circumstances was the contractor authorized or permitted to procure the materials on its own.
    • 1979, Poets & Writers, Inc, A writer's guide to copyright:
      Make sure that the document -- whether an informal letter or intricately claused contract -- answers six specific questions:
    • 1990, Bruce Bastin, Never sell a copyright:
      In a detailed, sixteen-claused contract, Gennett retained the right to press and sell records other than Gennett for other parties